The insect peptide CopA3 blocks programmed cell death by directly binding caspases and inhibiting their proteolytic activation.

The insect peptide CopA3 blocks programmed cell death by directly binding caspases and inhibiting their proteolytic activation.
Related ArticlesThe insect peptide CopA3 blocks programmed cell death by directly binding caspases and inhibiting their proteolytic activation. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2021 Feb 17;547:82-88 Authors: Kim YH, Hwang JS, Yoon IN, Lee JH, Lee J, Park KC, Seok H, Kim H Abstract Caspases play essential roles in apoptotic processes, which is necessary for cellular homeostasis. However, over-activation of caspases ... read more
Source: PubMedPublished on 2021-02-21